Romeo and Juliet - Act 4, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 2 Summary

The Capulets are preparing for the wedding. Juliet comes back and she is happier and tells her father that she has repented to the friar and that she has seen her errors. Juliet begs his forgiveness. Capulet is delighted, especially after Juliet tells him that she met the young man at the church and thinks that she could love him. Capulet decides to move the wedding up to the next day instead of Thursday. Juliet and the nurse exit to go find jewelry for her to wear the next day. When she leaves, Lady Capulet tells Capulet that there is not enough time to plan the wedding. Capulet tells her that he does not care; they will be married the next day.

Act 4, Scene 2 Analysis

Juliet is relieved by the plan to be with Romeo and therefore decides to go along with it. It shows...

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